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Classic Vietnam Itineraries
Vietnam in 1 Week
Day 1-2, Ho Chi Minh City: Reunification Palace, War Remnants Museum, learn about the Cu Chi Tunnels from a local guide. In your free time take a walk through the open-aired market at Pham Ngu Lao Street.
Day 3, Danang to Hoi An: Drive from Danang to Hoi An passing beautiful scenery such as the Marble Mountains, and historically significant My Khe Beach.
Day 4, Hoi An: Discover Hoi An’s Old Town, with its many architectural influences from European to Chinese, explore Dong Ba Market in your free time.
Day 5, Hanoi: Temple of Literature, One Pillar Pagoda, enjoy the quiet nature of the city’s many lakes and green spaces.
Day 6-7, Halong Bay: Enjoy a day cruise through one of the world’s most beautiful natural wonders. Stay overnight on board ship.
Day 8, Hanoi: Return to Hanoi for the end of your trip
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Vietnam in 2 Weeks
Day 1, Ho Chi Minh City: Arrive in Vietnam. Take a walk through the open-aired market at Pham Ngu Lao Street.
Day 2-3, Mekong Delta: See the area know as the “rice bowl” of Vietnam. Take a boat ride to explore the canals on the Mekong River, stay overnight in a local home along the river. In the morning visit the Cai Be floating market.
Day 4, Ho Chi Minh City: Return to Ho Chi Minh City and take a tour with a local guide to see the Reunification Palace, War Remnants Museum, and see the Cu Chi Tunnels which were used by the Viet Cong during wartime. Take the train to Nha Trang.
Day 5, Nha Trang: Visit the picturesque beaches of Nha Trang, see the archaeological site at Po Nagar Cham Towers.
Day 6, Danang to Hoi An: Drive from Danang to Hoi An passing beautiful scenery such as the Marble Mountains, and historically significant My Khe Beach.
Day 7-8, Hoi An: Take a guided walking tour of this old port city which dates back to the mid-sixteenth century. My Son ruins, local markets, rent a bike and take an afternoon by the beach.
Day 9-10, Scenic Drive to Hue: Hai Van Pass, Lang Co Beach, visit the Imperial Citadel, cruise on a traditional dragon boat on the Perfume River, visit Thien Mu Pagoda.
Day 11-12, Hanoi: Temple of Literature, One Pillar Pagoda, Vietnam Fine Arts Museum. Enjoy the quiet nature of the city’s many lakes and green spaces.
Day 13-14, Halong Bay: Enjoy a day cruise through one of the world’s most beautiful natural wonders. Stay overnight on board ship.
Day 15, Hanoi: Return to Hanoi and enjoy a local meal and souvenir shopping before heading home.
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Culinary Tour of Vietnam
Day 1-2, Hanoi: Explore the city, with its calming atmosphere, and enjoy a local beer known as be bia hoi, at a traditional brew hall. The next day, tour Chau Long Market, sample local delicacies and coffee. Visit the Hanoi Cooking Centre.
Day 3-4, Halong Bay: Visit picturesque Halong Bay. Watch a demonstration of fishermen throwing nets, and learn how to do it yourself! Enjoy a dinner of fresh seafood and stay overnight in a traditional houseboat.
Day 5, Transfer to Hoi An: Take an overnight train or fly from Hanoi to Hoi An.
Day 6-7, Hoi An: by local ingredients at the markets to make traditional dishes. See the sights in Hoi An such as My Son ruins.
Day 8, Tra Que: A half day trip from Hoi An, Tra Que is a village known for its herb gardens. Bike ride out to the village and learn about various herbs and spices and how they feature in Vietnamese cuisine. Attend a cooking class.
Day 9-10, Ho Chi Minh City: Visit the bustling market of Ben Thanh for fresh produce and other souvenirs. Enjoy the French influenced cuisine of pastries and coffee.
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Vietnam and Cambodia: Multi-city tour
Day 1-2, Hanoi: Explore Old Quarter and enjoy traditional performances. Try your hand at cooking traditional dishes. Take in the beauty of Hanoi — from the Temple of Literature, to the Vietnam History Museum, to the stunning Hanoi Opera House.
Day 3-4, Halong Bay: As you cruise down the “Bay of the Landing Dragon”, witness the magnificence of the limestone islets and turquoise waters. You’ll also be able to stop at several villages on your trip through the Bay
Day 5-6, Hoi An: Deep cultural roots and diversity are reflected all through Hoi An, which is nestled on the banks of the Thu Bon River. Walk the Japanese Bridge, visit the Chinese assembly halls, and explore the pagodas.
Day 7, Ho Chi Minh: Do some sightseeing at the Reunification Palace, the Notre-Dame cathedral, and at Ho Chi Minh’s colorful markets.
Day 8-10, Mekong Delta: Cruise down the Mekong, and sip tea at the fruit orchards of Ben Tre. Be entranced by the works of local artisans, and the birds that fly around the area. Visit temples and villages as you sail on through to the Vietnam border
Day 11, Phnom Penh: Tour the city and take in the gorgeous buildings. You’ll see several structures inspired by the French.
Day 12, Toul Sleng, Killing Fields, Pse Center: Today, you will learn more about Cambodia’s somber and terrible history under the rule of the Khmer Rouge. While the nation’s history is dark, you will be inspired by the resilience and strength of its people.
Day 13-14, Siem Reap: Walk through the ancient wonders of Siem Reap. Explore temples, pagodas, and stunning countryside. You will visit Angkor Thom, Bayon Temple, and more.
Day 15, Angkor Wat, Siem Reap: Wake up bright and early to journey to the mother of all temples, Angkor Wat. This magnificent sight is the perfect way to end your trip.
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